Farewell Mr. Kinsella
We were saddened to hear about the passing of the great W.P. Kinsella this weekend. Enfield & Wizenty is proud to have published Mr. Kinsella’s final manuscript, Butterfly Winter. Godspeed, sir.Read More
Our authors at Thin Air!
The Thin Air International Writer’s Festival takes place in Winnipeg from September 23 to October 1 and we’ve got a collection of Great Plains writers taking part! Weird Winnipeg, September 23 at 9 – Jonathan Ball and Daria Patrie from The Shadows Over Portage And Main will give you the jitters. Gala: Celebrating Manitoba, September […]Read More
New Website, New Staff!
We have a new website! We’ve worked with Relish New Brand on this refresh. If you spot any errors or oddities during your browse, send them to us at email@example.com Speaking of new arrivals, our Managing Editor Catharina de Bakker has welcomed a new baby girl to her family. We will miss her during her […]Read More
Congratulations to Tyler Enfield on his High Plains Book Awards nomination for Madder Carmine! We have just signed Tyler’s newest adventure novel for middle-grade readers and can’t wait to announce details. Bravo as well to Natasha Deen, who just received a glowing review for Gatekeeper from CanLit For Little Canadians. We agree that she is […]Read More
We are delighted to announce that Night Moves by Richard Van Camp has won the Robert Kroetsch City of Edmonton Book Prize and Jodi Carmichael’s Forever Julia has won the McNally Robinson Book For Young People Award. Congratulations to Richard and Jodi and all of the nominees!Read More
Nominations have been announced for the Alberta Book Awards and the Manitoba Book Awards and it is exciting to see our authors on both lists. ALBERTA Richard Van Camp’s Night Moves is up for the Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction, and “Born A Girl” is on the Howard O’Hagan Award for Short Story list. Joining […]Read More
GATEKEEPER TRAILER IS OUT!
This trailer for Gatekeeper has given all of us chills here at Great Plains!Read More
It’s still cold here in Winnipeg, but the sun is shining longer and we know that spring will be here before we know it! Mark your calendars for these exciting events: April 18th – The Light That Remains launches at the the Ottawa Writers Festival April 20th – The Shadow Over Portage And Main hits the […]Read More
Leonard Flett at the Niche
Leonard Flett’s memoir, From The Barren Lands, has held a steady place on the McNally Robinson Bestsellers list since it’s release this fall. You can meet Len on February 20th at the Neechi Niche. He’ll be signing copies of his book from noon until 2. Stop by to say hi and explore this wonderful building […]Read More